Aries – Answers finally bring you peace Taurus – Open your mind to new possibilities Gemini – Run with your imagination Cancer – Lead the way with confidence Leo – What you seek is looking for you Virgo – This is your story to write Libra – Recognize your own beauty and wisdom Scorpio – Change your life on your own terms Sagittarius – The truth is becoming clearer Capricorn – You are a hero Aquarius – It’s so close you can taste it Pisces – The world is waiting for you
Aries – You’re almost there. Don’t give up! Taurus – You make a difference in this world Gemini – Connect with the people you love Cancer – Trust that you have the answers Leo – Carve time into your day to meditate Virgo – Focus your attention on what truly matters Libra – You are protected Scorpio – Open up only to people you trust Sagittarius – Defend yourself against haters Capricorn – Determination gets you everywhere Aquarius – Laugh, love, play Pisces – Take charge of the situation
Hi, everyone! The Strength card is a welcome sight (this image is from the Angel Tarot by Jane Wallace). It is a reminder that we can tame wild energies that appear in our life by tapping into inner strength. Find that place of calm inside of you and go about your day living from that space.
It rarely helps to deal with difficult circumstances by turning up your own anxiety. Besides, handling situations that way only serves to exhaust you. Take things one step at a time, and treat yourself and others with compassion and love. You’ll get through whatever is roaring at you like a lion looking for attention.
With the full moon/lunar eclipse on May 5, eclipse season (which started on April 19/20) will finally be over! Mercury is still retrograde in Taurus and Pluto is retrograde in Aquarius since May 1 and will eventually move back into Capricorn. Therefore, this is truly a great time to think about what the past couple of weeks have meant since the eclipse season began.
Although there will be a solar eclipse in Taurus in October, the lunar nodes will shift to the Aries/Libra axis in July. Think back to December 2021 when Taurus and Scorpio entered the north and south nodes, respectively. Think back to the partial solar eclipse in Taurus in November 2021. What themes were in play for you? There are cycles upon cycles upon cycles—endings making way for new chapters in life.
To work with the energies of this upcoming two-week full moon cycle, make changes to situations that you are no longer in alignment with. There also may be changes that happen that you were not planning for. In either case, try to get yourself to the point of acceptance rather than resistance.
This is not to say to just let changes happen without your input. Instead, consciously work with the changes so that you can achieve the best results possible.
The sign of Scorpio is associated with change and transformation. These themes fit in well with the full moon/eclipse energy, not to mention the themes of the Pluto retrograde. (In some schools of thought, Pluto is considered to be Scorpio’s ruling planet.) The Scorpio energy teaches us that although change is hard, beauty can come from it. Thus, it’s worth it to go through the process, like the metamorphosis from caterpillar to butterfly.
Hi, everyone! The Nine of Goblets (Cups) is always an interesting card for me. On the one hand, tradition calls it the “Wish Fulfillment” card because it’s supposed to represent dreams come true and emotional satisfaction.
But on the other hand, it’s often interpreted to be about wanting more than you already have—or put another way, not truly appreciating what you have.
Yet when something feels good, it’s only natural to want more. That’s what keeps us motivated as human beings. We are constantly inspired to reach greater heights, whether it’s materially or spiritually.
Maybe the best thing we can do is to have a balanced perspective. Enjoy the moment but don’t think that things will always stay the same without effort on your part. You have to nurture your relationships and any material gain you have as opposed to using them up and taking them for granted. Or, if you have truly completed a goal, enjoy your success in this moment and when you’re ready, think about what you would like to do next.